Our Most Read Articles of 2017!

We rounded up the most-read articles of 2017. Here’s the top five from In Focus, Opinion, and Section News!

Most Read In Focus Articles

5. “The Future of Education is Now” by Cathy N. Davidson

4. ” Tackling the Elephant in the Room” by Kristin L. Krueger

3. “Privilege and the Kinship Chart” by Cerisa R. Reynolds

2. “Influential Women of and for Anthropology” with contributions from over 20 AN authors, columnists, contributing editors, and advisory board members

1. “When White Nationalism Became Popular” by Sophie Bjork-James and Jeff Maskovsky


Most Read Opinion Articles

5. “America’s Most Consequential Racial Divide” by Adam Hodges in Trumped Up Words

4. “Is Graduate School Obsolete?” by Richard Wilk in The Grumpy Optimist

3. “Stop Pretending We Are a Meritocracy” by Richard Wilk in The Grumpy Optimist

2. “Doing Fieldwork among People We Don’t (Necessarily) Like” by Sindre Bangstad in Anthropological Publics, Public Anthropology

1. “Six Ways Anthropologists Can Challenge White Supremacy” by Luzilda Carrillo Arciniega in Diversity in the Workplace


Most Read Section News Articles

5. “Photographing African Migration to Sicily” by Alex Polydoroff, Society for Urban, National, and Transnational/Global Anthropology

4. “Class Politics and Romania’s White Revolution” by Adrian Deoancă, Soyuz Postsocialist Studies Network

3. “Bullying in Anthropology” by Alice Kehoe, Central States Anthropological Society

2. “Political Correctness Is Not the Problem, Systemic Racism Is” by Nelson Flores and Jonathan Rosa, Council on Education and Anthropology

1. “Ethnography and Street Photography” by Brent Luvaas, Society for Visual Anthropology

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